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September 12, 1990
College volleyballMetro Atlantic Athletic Conference -- Gina Iarocci, Loyola College senior from Potomac, was named Player of the Week. The setter/hitter had a hitting percentage of .337, added four aces and had a hand in seven blocked shots against Cleveland State, Bucknell and Towson State.College soccerAtlantic 10 -- Mario Lone of Hyattsville who scored three goals in George Washington University's three victories was chosen Player of the Week.
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Sports Digest | October 27, 2013
Men's college soccer No. 12 Maryland edges Syracuse; No. 7 UMBC tied at Binghamton Dan Metzger scored the lone goal as the No. 12 Maryland men's soccer team shut out Syracuse, 1-0, on the road Saturday night. Metzger's second goal of the season, from 20 yards on an assist from Sunny Jane , came in the 56th minute and gave the Terps (8-3-5, 5-1-3 Atlantic Coast Conference) their second win in a row. Maryland recorded its second consecutive shutout after blanking Drexel on Tuesday.
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Sports Digest | October 12, 2013
Women's college basketball Georgetown coach Brown resigns amid accusations Georgetown women's basketball coach Keith Brown resigned Thursday, eight days after university officials placed him on administrative leave following complaints of unprofessional conduct and inappropriate language that were lodged by some of his players. Brown's resignation is effective immediately. "We expect the highest standards of behavior and professionalism from all members of our university," Stacy Kerr , Georgetown's assistant vice president of communications, said in a statement.
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Sports Digest | October 7, 2013
Et cetera Quaranta scores winner for UMBC women's soccer Sophomore forward Alexa Quaranta (Perry Hall) scored her second game-winning goal of the week as host UMBC (7-4-2, 2-1-0 America East) picked up a 3-1 win against Albany (1-10-1, 0-2-1)in women's soccer Sunday. The victory marks the first conference win for the Retrievers at home since Oct. 11, 2009. More women's college soccer: Second-half goals from Towson (7-6-1, 2-2-0 Colonial Athletic Association) senior Emily Banes and sophomore Hollie Garber fueled a 2-1 comeback win over host College of Charleston (2-10, 0-2)
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Sports Digest | January 16, 2014
Men's college soccer Mullins gets top Soccer America honor again Maryland senior forward Patrick Mullins on Wednesday became the second two-time winner of the Soccer America Men's Player of the Year, joining Claudio Reyna of Virginia (1992-1993). Mullins led the Terps to the College Cup in his junior and senior seasons, accumulating 17 goals and 10 assists in 2012 and a nation-high 19 goals and eight assists in 2013. Jason Garey (2005) is the only other Terp to win the Soccer America honor.
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Sports Digest | December 9, 2012
Et cetera Brigand, Baffert's first Laurel Park entry, wins     Renowned trainer Bob Baffert sent a runner to Laurel Park for the first time in his career and his colt Brigand made it worth his while with a front-running victory in the $104,000 City of Laurel Stakes on Saturday. Brigand, a New York-bred son of Flatter who had placed in the Hollywood Juvenile Championship (G3), the Jerome (G2) and the Mike Lee Stakes, won the five-horse City of Laurel by a length, covering the seven-furlong distance in 1 minute, 23.08 seconds and paying $5.60 as the second betting choice.
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Sports Digest | October 4, 2013
Et cetera OT goal gives UMBC women first America East win since 2010 Sophomore forward Alexa Quaranta (Perry Hall) scored the only goal of the game in the 107th minute to lead the UMBC women's soccer team (6-4-2, 1-1-0) past host Binghamton (5-4-2, 0-1-1) on Thursday for its first America East victory since Sept. 26, 2010. Quaranta's goal was her third of the season, tying the team high, and her first career game-winner. More women's college soccer: Freshman Natasha Ntone-Kouo put Maryland ahead in the 37th minute with her first career goal, and the Terps (7-5-0, 2-2-0)
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Sports Digest | October 22, 2012
Et cetera Navy women lock up share of Patriot soccer crown The Navy women's soccer team clinched at least a share of the Patriot League regular-season championship with a 2-1 win at Holy Cross (6-10-1, 2-4 Patriot League) on Sunday. Navy will host Bucknell in the season finale Saturday; a win or tie by the Midshipmen, — or a Colgate loss or tie at American that day — would give Navy the No. 1 seed and make it the host for the league's postseason tournament Nov. 2-4. Junior forward Ashlynn Soellner finished with with a goal and an assist Sunday, and junior forward Paloma Perez also scored as Navy (17-1-1, 5-0-1)
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December 8, 2007
Swimming -- Katie Hoff of Towson set two American records at last night's North Baltimore Aquatic Club Christmas Meet at the Naval Academy. She finished the 1,000-yard freestyle in 9:10.77, beating the old record by 11 seconds. She had a time of 1:53.77 in the 200 IM. Youth football -- Baltimore's Westport Patriots (Midget class) defeated the Suncoast Bucs (Florida), 27-8, to win the Pop Warner Division II national championship in Orlando. College soccer -- Amanda DaCosta scored the winning goal in the 72nd minute to help Florida State advance to its first NCAA Women's College Cup final with a 3-2 win over Notre Dame in College Station, Texas.
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By From Sun staff and news services | October 7, 2009
Et cetera Rice loses in second round of U.S. Mid-Amateur, 5 and 4 Pat Carter, a 12-time West Virginia amateur champion from Huntington, defeated Andrew Rice of Baltimore, 5 and 4, in the second round of the U.S. Mid-Amateur championship at Kiawah Island, S.C. Rice had rallied to win his first-round match, 1-up, over Tyler Shelton of Fairway, Kan. More golf:: Lisa Schlesinger of Laytonsville won and lost in the second and third rounds, respectively, in...
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